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Topic: What is Relativity?
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Scott Berg

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Re: What is Relativity?
Posted: Dec 4, 2012 9:43 PM
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"Sam Sung" <no@mail.invalid> wrote in message
news:k9j6oo$hen$2@speranza.aioe.org...
> Kevin write:
>

>> Relativity says that length is equal to time

wrong.


>>and omega times time

wrong


>> makes time inseparable from frequency...

wrong

>> I know everything


wrong.

>> about clocks... It is easy enough to understand that passing the test
>> leads
>> to an impetulant response from the experts... Which only goes to prove
>> that I know everything about clocks.


your mind is shorted out, + smokin'


>
> Clocks are giving access to parametrization of order (of sample changes)
> where clocks (e.g. atoms) are zigzag swinging like 10^30++ times a second.


your clock needs cleaning, you sewing machine.





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